Is it just me, or is there something wrong about a “Hairdressing Championship”? If there is an object, it seems to be to discover the weirdest look for a female. And, to what end? Surely, this is merely a means of selling hair products, boosting someones’ ego, or further objectifying women. So, the business of business as usual.
My daughter hates her hair. I have stopped listening to my wife's complaints. Both have naturally curly hair...both want straight hair. It does no good to point out that woman with straight hair pay a fortune to have curls.
I must listen to repeated complaints from my daughter about her childhood hairstyles. I thought/think that she always looked adorable. Little did I know... Hearing her criticism of parental hair abuse, one might think that we had beaten her or deprived her of food. I wonder if we caused permanent psychological damage, which has led to her current fixation.
It's only hair. It is easily changed. I'm happy that she does not complain about her nose.
My wife spent over one hour at the hairdresser yesterday. It is such a cliche, but I don't see a difference. Perhaps, it is a bit shorter: with the curls it is difficult to tell. I do not mind if no one notices that I have been to the barber (no "hairstylist" for me). I can't be bothered with hairstyles, and am happy with a Turkish barber that does everything the old way. I have had the same style since at least age 13 or 14. I'm boring. As already mentioned, it's only hair.
Prior to writing novels, the author enjoyed a multifaceted career: from decorated combat aviator to advertising professional to global communications director of a major consumer brand. He has traveled the world and met sports, film and television stars, political leaders, and royalty. He graduated from Middlebury College, is married, lives in Germany, and has two grown children.